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1 prQhab P Prqbably ably Wednesday WednesdayNUMBER rain tonight htand and andWednesday ft I fiin t tNUMBER ton ime LAST A 31 EDITION FDITit i3 I IUMBER
WASHINGTON TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 18 181906 1906 PRICE PRIC ONE ON CENT
NUMBER 4479 < < 79
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HEAD OFF TAFT TAFTIS TAfTBY
BY PACt PACT PACTIS PACTIs
1 IS CUBAN PLA PLAEfforts PLAN PLANEfforts PLANMaking
Efforts EffortsBY Making to Ar Arrange Arrange ArBefore ¬
range g Terms TermsH1 Before BeforeHis BeforeH
His H H1 is Arrival Tomorrow To Tomorrow T 0 0morro ¬
morrowASKED morrow morrowCONGRESS morro morroi morroCONGRESS i
CONGRESS RE I IS ASKED ASKEDTO ASKEDTO
T TO RESIGN IN I IBoth BODY BODYBoth BODYBoth
Both Sides Anxious to Set Settle Settle Settie ¬
tle Trouble Trouble But Rebels RebelsAre RebeisAre RebelsAre
Are Inclined 1 toF1ok10ff to toHold toHoid
Hold F1ok10ff F1ok10ffTaft Off OffTaft
1 1I
I Taft snxfBtcon and nd Bacon Board BordDCS RoudI BoardDes
Des D Moines at TampaSecretary Tampa TampSecretary Tampai
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Secretary retary Taft Assistant Sec Secretary SeerEtarY Secretary ¬
I retary Bacon and their party ar arrived arrhfd arrived ¬
rived at Tampa this morning and andwent andI andwent
I went fOnt at once on board the Des DesMtiines De8oint DeaMoines
Moines I Ite oint > s They will leave this aft aftternoon attaDd
ternoon te rnoon and the peace commissionere commis commissioners eommJssiontrs ¬
sioners will be landed in Havana Havanascore
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1 some time tomorrow morning morningThe JDornin JDorninThe morningThe < <
The Navy Department has re received re received relti ¬
ceived lti ed a dispatch reporting the thearrival then thearrival
arrival n Id a1 at Clenfuegos of the therruiser thetruiStr thecruiser
cruiser Dixie from Havana with withmarines withi ith ithi
i i marines aboard aboardi aboardThe
i The The com commanding aandiD oJBoer ooer of the theDixie theI theIlixie
Dixie state > that there tbere lete have ha been beenno be baseni
I no ni + further disturbances In the thevicinity tlaeI
I i vicinity of Dien Gfenlnefos GfenlnefosHAVANA jje f fI
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+ 1 1HAVANA l lHAY
HAVANA HAY N A Sept iLEUorts 18 Efforts of ofthe oft oft
the t h t r peacemaJssra peace who are ire busy busyt busytnlay
t tnlay t kl ikiv u y trying to arrange a eom eomromie eomlrnm eom1romige
1romige lrnm romie t1e between ilie iI e government governmentand lovernlDeniltnd
and r + udthe the insurgents at ai the gates of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city before tore the arrival of Secretaries Sec Secretaries Seeretariti ¬
retaries Taft and Bacon are now be being being being ¬
ing directed toward trying to In Induce induce induce ¬
duce all members of congress to toproffer toJroffer toproffer
proffer Jroffer their resignations resignationsk realgnationaPalma resignationsPalmas
k Palmas Palma resignation is i regarded regardedas
as sure to be forthcoming at the theproper theIroptr theproper
proper moment If the senators and andrepresentatives andrf andrepresentatives
representatives rf > pre entathe flU resign re ilft it will willleave willItue willrave
leave rave the way open for holding new newelections newflEetiona newelections
elections the main demand of the theinsurgents theintmrgenta theinsurgents
insurgents insurgentsSo
So far the peace commissioners commissionershave commissionershave
have not met with great success ueee in intheir intheir intheir
their endeavors to effect a settle settlement settleIl1Ent settlementAfter ¬
ment mentAfter After giving the commission commissioners ¬
s ers rs to understand they would give giveliberal giveIihtral giveliberal
liberal terms Jma to the insurgents in inorder Inorder inorder
order to ieaeh reach an immediate agree agreement agreeIlwnt agreeiitent ¬
ment the government authorities authoritieswhen authoritieswht authoritieswhen
represents wht when > n confronted with repreaenta repreaentaties repreaentAJ
J ties 1 i tS of the rebels backed down downmid donftlld downnttd
mid insisted on standing by b their theiroriginal theirriginal theirnrginal
original propositions propositionsInsurgent propositionslDI propositionsInsurgent
Insurgent lDI ln Are Insistent InsistentWith InaiKentWith InsistentWltit
With the advantage they possess Jf MII In Int int Int
t e held the Insurgents declined to be ber berh1 ber1ld
r rh1 r1ld > l > fd > d of what they considered eocwlde the theIn thefllit thefruits
In fllit fruits its of their victory ctOlT and would ould not notme nott
t me ie > to the governments sovtrnm 1t term New Newtivtions Ne Netdions Newt
tivtions t cUons and Palmas Palma retirement have haver
r t w been set by them as the minimum minimumvih mlnlmunioh minimunti
ti vih ioh i h they will agree in inith t tit
11 ith it the arrival of Secretaries Secretar Taft TaftMI TaftBacon
MI 1 Bacon a general neral retirement of ofIalmia otlidm ofInimts
Ialmia lidm s underlings from good paying payingt
t t iiinent positions po tUONI Is t expected expecte Snnor Snnordirector Senort
1 t l 1 ia j director dir tor of f the fctate tate departments department
s st pct It t the example by y offering ott rtng his hlnr
r t n I it 1 coon t ion In practically Irac1i nY all II the th de depatiunts deTllIwnts der
patiunts a rnwnts It is said aid id there are men who whoi
r d i iit 3 t care cur l4re to submit to close investi investii InvMUot Inveatlal
i + al tin n of the affairs of f their th lr office of eM by byth byt byTL
th t L American A commissioners Comm omm1utone + U1oners Their Theirnations TherlInationa
lInationa 1 nations Are expected e tfd as soon oon as it itI Itdefinitely iti
I mrv m definitely known rnown Secretary Secretaryi kocretaryiit
i Yiiit I tt iab jiitnds nds to begin an examination examinationif
if t ti t I > government governmentS governmentrtary oernmentrdary
S Tftary Taft Is I expected here early earlyiiiirrow earlynrrow earlyn
iiiirrow n crow morning Both sides atd are areus areus re rellS
us to settle the trouble before Mr Mri Mr1lIes
i 1lIes iits it t s arrival and 1lVt1rY every effort will be ben
n I 1 > today to f t > remove the deadlock deadlockvii dedlockjd
vii jd i h > existed fxi fd yesterday YMtenh so that when whent whentt
t tt < scretary 4 cretary lands the ractlom will m be befuiio befll1l betulle
tulle fll1l to present to him a text of agree aareemrnt qree11lrnt agreem
m mrnt nt for his approval rather than to toluiv toLaVC
1 LaVC luiv to appear before bet him as an arbi arbltrator arbitrator arbitrator ¬
trator tratorIf tratorI
If I f Uie t 11 he rebels re la agree to any anJl terms less lessF Je JeFwtplng
F weeping than the the retirement retire nt of the thec theernment e ei
i c vernment and new elections eleetlomir It t is prob probahie probeahE probable
able thev will insist that the United Unitedtat United
Plates tat > 8 give gl guarantees that the Cuban CuanKvernment CUDUnrnm Cubang
g Kvernment n nrnm ernment nt will live up to promises prom It Itrna itmt itma
rna keg kesthe the Insurgents A promise from
1 la Palma alma lmn the
insurgents would not con confcider conbider consider
fcider worth anything anything
Ixynas del d 1 Castillo is the bull in the thet theutlan thetuhan
t tuhan uban china shop now and unless he Is Istalked Ietalkfd Istalked
talked over by his companions In arms armsthere armsthre armsthere
there is no n hope ope that peace will be ar arranged arra arranged ¬
ranged ra nlred before bet ore t the e arrival of the Ameri American Amerln Americsn ¬
can n commissioner nmml donera Castillo declares declaresthat declareathlt declaresthat
that he is i willing to agree to a truce truceand truceHnd truceand
and stop fighting but will agree to no nofinal notinal nofinal
final settlement except on the full terms termsfor term termfor termsfor
for which the rebels h1elsook took the Held un until until until ¬
til after the whole r situation has been beenpresented beenprt beenprisentM
presented prt > st > nted to Secretaries Taft and andBacon andBacon JMl JMlBacon
Bacon It Is t said ald that he hf Is backed up upin upin u uIn
in this position by Plno Guerra while whilehis wnllehis while whilehis
his own subordinates at t a meeting held heldat heJelH heldat
at H t Dejucal unanimously unan mo y decided to sup support support > > up upport ¬
port him With Tlth Castilland Castillo and Guerra Guerraholding Guel Guelholding Guerraholding
holding oft it is I practically certain that thatronzman t thatc at atnonzman
ronzman c onzman and Aabert will take the same samestand ameBtand samestand
stand standSo standSo BtandSo
So while what purports to be peace peaceconferences pqceontennCe peaceconferences
conferences < are > in r 1 > rogress r gress g between Al Alfredo AI1rdn Alfredn ¬
fredo Zayus Zay and Montarvo as principal principalnegotiators principalngoUators principalnegotiators
negotiators there t is little ltttl hope of these thesei thesetmounUn thesetmounting
mounting tmounUn i to anything unless unle the men menwho meftwho menwho
who ar art in actual command of the fight fighting ftlthtIng fightlug ¬
ing force to IIf < f the rebellion can canbrought be1um be behflUght
1um brought ht around and the possibility possibilityBtema poadbtUtyms possibilitytems
Btema ms remote l mote within the short time timex timn
x 00 liieh will elapse before fore Mr Taft and andMr andll andIlia
Mr ll Ilia Bacon lla on will arrive here heret hereI
t
GREAT TYPHOON TYPHOONSWPS TYPHOONCHINESE
SWPS OVER OVRCHINfSf OVERShipping
IHNtotUlT IHNtotUlTShipping CHINESE ru i nicer PITV CITY CITYShipping CITYin
Shipping ShippingGREAT in in BongkoniHarbor Hongkong HongkongHa HongkongHaror
Harbor Ha r bor Destroyed and andRows andRovs an anr anRows
Rows of Houses HousesBlown HousesBlovn HousesBlown
Blown Down DownWHOLE DOlnVHOLE DownL
WHOLE L CREWS E LOST LOSTWITH LOSTWITH LOSTE
WITH SUNKEN E SHIPS SHIPSBritish SHIPSBrItish SHIPSBritish
British and German Vessels VesselsFounder VesselsFounder VesselsFounder
Founder With All on onBoard onBo onBoard
Board Bo rd Foreign Colo Colonies Coltrnies Colohies ¬
nies hies Suffer SufferMANILA S SufferhW ffer fferwAlLA
MANILA hW 1LA sept is llWfUtMt without this thisslightest th thslightest Utptet
slightest ptet warning of dfaaaterHoar dfaaaterHoarkOD disaster Hong HongIcons Hoegkong
Icons kOD kong was we visited tocay tooa by a terri terrible terrlbl tern ternhis ¬
his bl typhoon whieh swept awe wet t sprees aprossthe spreesthe r rtbe
the island on which whiehth the city Ja s located lo located J Jcated ¬
cated and wrought great damage daebl daeblthf In Inthe Inthe
the harbor This is the news con contained 001tained enataitted ¬
tained in cable dla dispatches teha received receivedhere reeefTeclhere receivedhere
here from the th Chinese Chlne city cttyEnormous MtlEnormoua cityEnormous
Enormous property loss 1 has bee beecauMd beencaused been beencaused
caused and JMi hundreds of lives HHIa HHIaatroyed de destroyed dsstroyed ¬
stroyed stroyedIt
It is J reported that the coast for formiles formile8 formiles
miles is lined with itl1 the wrecks of ofsmall ofu cCsmall
small small u sailing mng craft caught in theterrible the thoterrible theterrible
terrible storm ato and driven ashore ashoreIn a ashoreIn Ole
In 1 Honffkoftf hurbor h ijrbor r many 117 117sea ves vessel ea easels ¬
sel sea fogn fo foundered srsd 1Id d others were wereiiriven wereiriyea wereiriven
iiriven ashore ashoreAll aalaoreAU ashoreAll
All sa Beta Lss LssThe List 1AItlIIe List1te
The loss I of life was W8 heaviest among amongthe lLnOaKthe amongthe
the crews eft on vessels in the port It Itreporttfl is isreported Isreepseted
reported that in numerous nu cases not aman a aman aman
man escaped from the ships shipsHeroic b bHerotc hips hipsHeroic
Heroic fights were made by y several severalof severalof 1 1of
of the Trews Crewe to save their ships Mt but butthey buty butthey
they y could do little tlttl itgalast the thtoree thtoreet force forceof
of + t f the storm una Standing Standi his hisvessels bravstjr Ja Jathey ly th thvessels
vessels they ware tfrfven dItWD aifesve s3 s3b
b MnMr Mred 1 cis s of sailor low Iototthe then he g gthe BvW BvWthe
the breakers br lr r after their ships shipsThe shipsThe 1ItrUaII
The n German enwan st att stesmar amr r Jbhaane JbhaaneBritish JohannBritish the
British steamer Sancheung IJaacheuqWllliftt went down downwith 4kwnwith downwith
with all hands handsThe handse ands andsThe
The e steamer Fustian of the II IIonly 1 1kc IIestg
kc ken and Macao ntllmlMl toutld toutldonlJ fouedised fouedisedonly =
only her purser pur tr and ad mate matefar ellCaplDc art
far as a is known knownGreat knowBGreat knownGreat
Great Damage in the City CityIn CityIn CityIn
In the city the typhoon ty hoon wrought great greatdamage greatdainaae t tdaJlNLle
damage Whole rows of o louses are arepottee1 re reported reported ¬
ported blown down On and nd It is feared fearedthere tr trtb fearedthere
there tb has been heavy Ion lees of life De Details De1an Details ¬
1an tails however are lacking lackingBusiness lackln lacklnBulneu lackingBusiness
Business is at t a standstill stand tfU and the astlve na native naUv ¬
tive Uv citizens are almost in a panic ran
It is reported there tht > re has been con considerable CI conaMerable ¬
siderable toss of property PlOlrt among amon mem ¬
b bers of the foreign colonies coloniesA eoIonwA
A number of the foreign forto residents are arealso arealso
also IftO reported injured lnJul ed but so far a AII
known there thr has been no Jt4 fatality fatalityamong
among amon them themHongkong themHongkong themHongkong
Hongkong the Center CenterOf CenterOf CenterOf
Of British Influence InfluenceIn
In Northern China ChinaHongkong ChinaHonJkon ChinaHongkong
Hongkong < < is the center nt r of British Britishower Britishpoer BritishPower
Power ower in China and Is the entry port portor porttor portfor
for or the rich Yang Tse valley region of ofhtna ofChina ofChina
China htna it is the most Important port of oftry orentry ofentry
entry try in eastern atern waters tellJ Hongkong Hongkongwoperly Hongkongproperl7 Hongkongproperly
properly is the Rocky Island some fif fifteen tiCteen fifteen ¬
teen miles long which was ceded to the theBritish theBriUh theBritish
British after rter the opium war The citY cltvIs citYIe cityIs
Is called Victoria omcla officially JI 7 but Hong Hongkong Hongk Hongkong ¬
k kong nK in conversation The harbor is one oneof oneof oneof
of the finest in the East and ships of all allnations aUnatlo allnations
natlo nations and from alt n ports gather there thereto thereto thereto
to share In the rich trade of the East BastThe EastThe
The city is one of the most cosmopol cosmopolitan cosmopolItan cosmopolitan ¬
itan In the world men of all races and andreligions andreligions nd ndreUIons
religions mingling freely The domi dominating dominating ¬
nating note both In architecture and sndbusiness andbWlneou andbusiness
business is naturally British The harbor har harbor harbor ¬
bor Is us popular as the city and nd as ascosmopolitan ascosmopolitan ascosmopolitan
cosmopolitan It Is the headquarters of ofthe ofthe
the British BrlU h Asiatic squadron and there I
I is rarely a time when there are not sev several 1iMWeral several ¬
eral menofwar of other nations there ere
for it is a a general naval rendezvous rendezvousIt rendezvo rendezvoIt
It was from Hongkong that Dewey Deweysailed Deweysailed I
sailed Hed on his is historic voyage to Manila fAnlla i iSeveral
Several lines lin of ocean steamers steame ply reg regularly recularly regularly ¬
ularly to Hongkong Including British BritishAmerican Britt BritishAmerican i
Amerlcanl American French Japanese and nd Gar Gerfnc GerI Garman
m1 man wh while Ie Its river v and coastwise coastwisetrattSc
tnunc trattSc fnc is enormous enormousTHE enormousTHE enormousTHE
I
THE WEATHER REPORT REPORTShowers REPORTShowers I
Showers are re indicated for tonight and andVednesday andYedneda andWednesday
Wednesday in the south Atlantic States Stateshe Stateathe Statesthe
the he northern portion of the east Gulf Gulfitates QuitStates GulfStates
States and nd the southern portion of the thenlddle themiddle themiddle
middle Atlantic States StatesThe StatetJThe StatesThe
The temperature will change but little littleThe littleThe littleThe
The following heavy precipitation ininches In Ininches InInch
Inch inches has been b en reported during the theast theput thepast
put > ast twentyfour hours Charleston Charlestonl8 Charlestonl8Augusta 101 161Augueta 101lugusta
Augusta 1SO Dodge 100 Batesburg BatesburgS Batesbur Batesburi Bat DUrg DUrgS
S i C 238 3S BlackvlTle BlackUle S C LM Co Coumbus Columbu Columbus
umbus Ga SM lOj Greenwood S C 210 210tVaahington 210Waahlngton 2MWashington
Washington Ga 162 1i Wayneeboro SI Vyno boro Ga GaLM Ga GaLAO
LM 80
80Steamers Steamers departing today for t or Euro Buroean E European uro uropean
pean > ean portn rte > will have light to fresh freshresteriy freshi freshwesterly
i westerly resteriy 6I1y winds and fair weather to the theI tbeGrand theGrand
Grand I rand BanksTEMPERATURE Banks BanksTEMPERATURE BanksTHMPERATUREJ
TEMPERATURE TEMPERATUREa
9 a m 72 7 7I
I 13 2 noon S3 S E
1 P m mDOWNTOWN II 8gDOWNTOWN IIDOWNTOWN
DOWNTOWN TEMPERATURE TEMPERATUREa TBMPJlRATUREJH
e a m 78 7
1 2 H noon noonIP flit
IP 1 p m S SSUN 6 6SUN
SUN TABLE TABLEi TAB TABLESun LIB LIBSun
Sun i sets today 664 664un 604Sun
Sun un rises tomorrow S44 S44IshUde 644TIDE
TIDE TABLE
Hl High IshUde h Ode today Sttl S i p m
low = 42 tide today 814 14 pm
High Hick tide tomorrow tom tomorrowS4i 44fpm 44fpmiOw p m
Low iOw tide tomorroWIt tomorrow a4 t a m 254 iI p m mHARPERS mHARPERS
HARPERS KERRY W V Va Sept Sept18 IS
Both toth rivers clear I
RAILWAY AGENTS VISIT MT VERNOl VERNOlAND VERNOJY VERNOJYAND
AND FOLLOWING ADJOURNMENT TODAY TODAYWILL TODAYWILL
WILL MAKE A TRIP TO GETTYSBURG GETTYSBURGNATIONAL GETTYSBURGNATIONAL GETTYSBURCNATIONAL
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RAILWAY AGENTS OFFICERS
a c c GOSS GOSSSees GOS8s GOSSStifled
Sees s Stifled Vice Presiosat PtwidatRAILWAY PretiidsnkRA1LAY PresiosatMost
RAILWAY AGENTS AGENTSEND AGENTSCONVENTION
END CONVENTION CONVENTIONt CONVENTIONTHIS CONVENTIONMost t
F THIS THISAFTERNOO THISAFTERNOOScSsign AFTERNOUR AFTERNOURJVost
Most Important ImportantF Session SessionWhich S sia 1 1Which r rW1110
Which Includes Elec Election Election Election ¬
tion of Officers OfficersThe Officersrite
The National Association of Railway RailwayAgents RalIWQgeRu ReliwsyAgents
Agents geRu which began its tenth U UoonventtOft annual annualconvention casualconveattos
convention at theRJggs LM Riggs Hou House here hereterd7 yesterday yes yesterday ¬
terday went in a a 1 1 body ody today to ML MLVernon XtVernon MtVernon
Vernon This afternoon the delegates delegateswill delecatfJwill delegateswill
will bold their last business blMln session oa sad sadtonight aadtonight sadtonight
tonight they will go to the various yarl ua the theaters theaters thet8lll ¬
aters t8lll in the city cityTomorrow cityTOMOrrow cityTomorrow
Tomorrow will m be spent in sightseeing sightseeingentirely Jlkhtlteetngentirely sightseeingentirely
entirely Tomorrow night the delegates delegateswill delegateswill
will 111 start tart for Gettysburg where hMe they theywill t theywill ey eyill
will ill arrive Thursday morning mor at 7 7oclock 7oclock 7o
oclock oclockAt oclockAt o clock clockAt
At 10 1 oclock this morning mornin the 1M delegates dele delegates de deptea ¬
gates and ladies of the association took tsokthe LeOktbe tookthe
the boat for Mt it Vernon There th t they theyspent Yspent y yspent
spent the forenoon forenoonThis torenoonTh18 forenoonThis
This afternoon will occur U Ute tie most JIIO tIIR tIIRportaftt im important traportant ¬
portant meeting m < < dntr of the convention Not Notonly Notonly ot otonly
only will several Interesting papers on onsubjects 01 01subject artsubjects
subjects closely clQeel affecting the m members membersbe Jftberbe inbes inbesbe
be read but the election of t officers for forthe forthe forthe
the ensuing year will be pulled off The Themeeting ThemeetinS Themeeting
meeting will be called caIJ to order by President Pres President r rIdent ¬
ident Mills 1m promptly at 315 oclock in inthe 1ftthe Inthe
the parlors of the Riggs House and will willlast winla8t willlast
last it is expected until un tll 6 p m mLEFT mRECOVERS mRECOVERS
RECOVERS JEWELS JEWELSVALUED JEWELSVALUED
VALUED AT 900 900LEFT 900LEFT
LEFT IN THEATER THEATERW
1Z W C Padgett of 311 1 ales avenue avenueDallas avenueDaJlu avenueDallas
Dallas Tex who ho is stopping at tb tbRaleigh the theRaleigh theRaleigh
Raleigh Hotel thinks that h he is about aboutthe abOUtthe aboutthe
the luckiest man in the United Statestoday States Statestoday Statestoday
today todayLast todayLut todayLast
Last evening Mr and Mrs Padgett Padgettwent Padgettwent Padgettwent
went to th the Columbia Theater to wit witness witness fUnea ¬
ness nea Primroses minstrels Mrs Padgett Padgettcarried Padgettcarried Padgettcarried
carried with her a black morocco moroccoleather moroccoIthr moroccoleather
leather bag containing between SOl and andPOO andorth andX00
POO worth orth of jewelry and W 66 if in cash cashShe cuhShe cashShe
She hung the bag on the back of the theseat tbeaeah theseat
seat thinking nothing more about it ituntil Ituntl ituntil
until aeah untl she arrived at a the hotel and dis discovered dlseoverecl discovered ¬
covered that harrived harrivedt t she lhad had left it at the the theater theater theater ¬
ater The matter was reported to the thepolice hepolice he hepOllcI
police but they were unable to find any anytrace anytrace anytrace
trace of It last night nightThis nightThis nightThis
This morning Mr Padgett received a atelephone atelephone atelephone
telephone massage from Mrs W V W WParks WParks v vParks
Parks Parks of lHaverhlU Haverhill Mass who Is visit vlsltVlrglnla visitIng visiting
Ing her 1 mtberlnIaw J T T Parks of ofVirginia ofate
ate Virginia avenue southwest saying sayingthat salngthat sayingthat
that she had found the th bag last even evenIng evenIng evening
Ing and would return it to him At 10 10oclock 18oclock 10oclock
oclock Mrs Padgett was wa again in pos possession posHHlon peasession ¬
session of her jewels jewelsMrs jewellnf jewelsMrs
Mrs lnf Parks was sitting In the same samerow sameTOW samerow
row with Mr and nd Mrs Padgett lastevening last lastevening Jutevening
evening but was several seats ta away awayAs awayAa awayAa
Aa she helett left the theater she saw the bag baghanging baghangln baghanging
hanging on the seat She waited alted to s He HeIt seeif e eif
if anyone would claim it t and after the theaisle theatle theaisle
aisle was wa empty she decided she had hadbetter hadbetter badbetter
better take possession of othe the bag and andmake andmake andmake
make an effort to find Its owner Mrs MrsParks MrsPrks MrsParks
Parks opened it It and saw aw the small bag bagcontaining ba baoontlnlng bagcontaining
containing the rich jewelry At the en entrance entrance entrance ¬
trance she waited for half an hour to tosee tosee tosee
see if there were any claimants claimantsAll elalmntAll claimantsAll
All last night said Mrs Parks I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was just as much worried over the thejewelry thejewelry theJewelry
jewelry as Mrs Padarett could e uld have havebeen haV haVbeen havebeen
been I intended Int ftdecl to look lO k to see It Any Anyone IlDYonE anyone ¬
one advertised the loss this morning morningported mornJngand morningand
and It they did not I sh should < tuld have reported re reported
ported the matter to tile police pc dice
W H KILLS rresiaarW President PresidentW Pr deat deatW
W M J DRURY Secretary SecretaryBlow Secreta1JBlow SecretaryBlow
Blow Up Mourners MournersAt MournersAt MournersAt
At Trepoff Funeral Funerali FuneralPlot FuneralPlot FuneralPlot
i
Plot of Terrorists TerroristsPreparations TerroristsPreparations TerroristsPreparations
Preparations Had Been Completed for Fright Frightful FrightI Frightful ¬
I ful Slaughter at St Petersburg When Po Police Pot ¬
t lice Unearthed Plans PlansTwo Two T o Arrests
yIENNA VIENNA Sept IS 1SPreparatJOD8 Preparations to toMow toblow
blow up everyone who attends the thefuneral theor thefuneral I
funeral of General Oe eral Tresoff former com commandant commandant comIIIRdaat ¬
mandant of the Imperial Palae at St StPetersburg StPeter St StPetersburg
Petersburg Peter bur tomorrow had been com completed completed completed ¬
pleted by terrorists but the 1 plans of ofthe orthe ofthe
the anarchists have been foiled by the thediscovery thediscovery thediscovery
discovery of their plot plotThis plotThis 1 1This
This Is t the th report telegraphed by the theSt theSt theSt
St Petersburg Pet4treburlcorreepon Ptereburgoorropoadeat correspondent t of the u Zest ZestThe ZeltThe zuThe
The funeral will be held In the court courtcbapel courtcbapel courtchapel
cbapel Terrorists planned t to blow up upthe upthe upthe
the chapel while tb the funeral was In Inprogress Inprogreu inprogress
progress Two Tw arrests have l been een made madein madeIn madein
in in connection with the alleged plotHebrews plot plotHebrews plotHebrews
Hebrews Must Die DieFor DieFor Dieor
For or Many an Crimes CrimesOf CrimesOf rimes rimesOf
Of Czars Troops TroopsWARSAW TroopsWAR TroopsWARSAW
WARSAW WAR SA T Sept IS 1SArraigned Arraigned for fortrial tortrial fortrial
trial before a a military court composed composedof composedof
of officers who recently organised the theterrible theterrible theterrible
terrible massacre at Stedlce Sled lee 8M persons personsarrested personsarrested HntOftS HntOftSar
arrested ar ted while the outbreak there was wasin wa waIn wasin
in progress progr p were today t day condemned to todeath todeath todeath
death for alleged acts act of violence com committed committed committed ¬
mitted during the massacre massacreSuch mcreSuch massacreSuch
Such a travesty trave ty of justice has not been beenwitnessed beenwltnesMd beenwitnessed
witnessed even In Russia Ru In years yearsWhat yeanVhat yearsWhat
What the fate tat of the prisoners would auld be bewas bewas bewas
was told as soon as it was learned they theywere the thewere theywere
were tn ti be tried by courtmartial under underthe undertbe underthe
the recent orders of the government governmentThat KQvemmentThat governmentThat
That the offlear om who arranged the pro program pro5tSm program ¬
gram 5tSm would condemn their victims to todeath todth todeath
death for the purpose JM1lPO of making It ap appear appear appear ¬
pear to the world that Sledlce was w full fullof tullof fullof
of violent revolutionists whoa activity activitymade actlvlt7ma activitymade
ma made e the massacre ere justifiable was a aforegone aforepne aforegone
foregone conclusion conclusionThose conclu1onThoee conclusionThose
Those who have been sentenced are arefor aretor arefor
for the most part Hebrews relatives and andfriends andfrlenc andMends
friends frlenc of the unfortunates who were werekilled werekilled WeTekUled
killed or wounded during the massacre massacreThe massacreThe I IThe
The passing of the death sentence sentt > nte on onthe onthe onthe
the prisoners has aroused a storm of ofprotest orplotUt ofprotest
protest as in the injustice in Justice of the act is 50 50apparent 150apparent soapparent
apparent It is I believed the authorities authoritiesat authorlUat
at St Petersburg Peter burg will order the oommu commutation oommut oommutatlon ¬
tation t tlon of the sentences
A movement to see > If the victims o othe or orthe ofthe
the courtmartial cannot be saved V fro frotbelr from tromlb fromtheir
their lb ir fate has h alrea alreah K been n started li liEngland In InE inEngland
England E nd The news that hat the militarycourt military mUitarycourt mtlttarycourt
court trying tryln the prisoners priaone prlsonerswas was compose composeof composed eompcMedor
of officers otrce concerned In the maacr maacrreached mUNlacrencbed massacre massacrereached
reached England yesterday and l Leading laadJncHtbreW1l LeadingHebrews adini adiniHebrew
Hebrew in London at once on Issued Issuedstrong Iu a aronl astrong <
strong ronl appeal to all civilised nations nationsi
I i asking that a protest prote t be made to HUB ltuseta HUBria UU UUia
eta ia to see > > H that the anticipated death deathsentence dthI deathsentence
sentence should not be executed executedUnder 8 executedUnder < cuted cutedUnder
I Under the new Russian order provid provtdlug provid1ag
lug tor military m ttary ttlais b bls for persons WnIOft8 charr charrI ehargted
I eel 1 with revolutionary eimes the thetkms execu execuI executlon executons
tons tlon must follow within fo4yelgh fo4yelghi fot7etSbthoolll fniyelghthours
I i hours after sentence has been pronounced pro pronouneed pronounced
nounced nouneedCzar nouncedCzar nouncedCzar
Czar Keeps Faith FaithWith FaithWith FaithFinnish
With Finnish Diet DietAdjourned DietAdjourned DietAdjourned
Adjourned Today TodayHJCLSINGFORS TodayHltLSINGFORS TodayHELSINGFORS
HJCLSINGFORS Finland Sept 18 18WlUi 18With IL ILWith
With the sine die adjournment today todayof todayof todayof
of the old Finnish diefc diet composed of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the four estates of the nobles clergy clergyburghers cl clburgh clergyburghers
burghers burgh and nd peasants peaaaD another epoch epochin epocbin epochin
in the history of this country comes to toa tocI toa
a doss dossThe cI closeThe I IThe
The next diet will be a body of rer rerularly recularly regularly
ularly elected ele ted deputies having full legis legislative 1 1IILUve legislative ¬
lative powers wera chosen by the people of ofthe 9fthe ofthe
the grand duchy This change Is In Incompliance Incomrllance Incom
compliance com riiance with the reforms retor promised promisedto rOmt ed edto
to Finland a year ago agoThe qoThe agoThe
The ceremonies today In connection connectionwith connecUonwith connectionwith
with the closing cl of the diet were of a anature aI anature
nature to celebrate the historic character characterof
of the occasion occasionIn
I In the Czars Csar letter dissolving the diet dietNicholas cUetNteboJu dietNicholas
Nicholas offers further promises prom 1e8 of re reforms reforms reforms
forms and expresses hope ope for th tlM Im Improvement improvement Improvement ¬
provement of conditions throughout the the thecountry thecountry
country The letter was read r ad to o ofour the thefour thetour
four estates and In part bays baysWe saysWe 39 39Ve
We Ve thank you for your able and use useful u useful e etul ¬
ful work workIn workrn workIn
In bringing to tc tq an end the old meth method method method ¬
od we hope tha that favorable development developmentwill developmentwill developmentwill
will follow our decision to grant uni universal unlverNI universal ¬
versal suffrage suffrageWe suffrageproml8 suffrageWe
We promise the introduction into the thenext thenxt thenext
next parliament of new laws bettering betteringthe betterIngthe betteringthe
the conditions of the poor poorWe poorW poorWe
We W hope that unrest among amoo work workIngmen workingmen workin
Ingmen in en will end and that everyone will willjoin wUijOin willjsin
jsin join aiding aiding the government governmenti overnment
i
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W E KERB KERBHist XEDPitllt 1CEkRPirt
Hist Vice PresUas PresUasWTEfi PreddeatBUSINESS
BUSINESS BUSINESSALL MEN MENALL
ALL REALIZING REALIZINGGREATERGITY
REALIZINGCITY
GREATERGITY GREATERGITYI GREATER i GUY GUYBoom
I
I Boom BoomShows 00 A Novenlent ovement 4werne nt Already AlreadyShows y
I Shows Results of Sys System SysI Systern ¬
I tern I 1 o of Publicitytct Publicity PublicityAssuranoe PublicityAssurance
Assurance was given to the Jobbers Jobbersand Jobbersand ob1MrsaD4
and Shippers Association OCIadoD today to a7 that it Hhas itberne Ithas
has already borne Its I first fruits te m mcreastng m meNUtB increasing
creasing eNUtB the business bUID done in the Na National NaUoaal Natiara ¬
tiara Capital CapitalThis CapitalTda CapitalThis
This testimony was U In a letter from fromthe Cromthe fromthe
the Typewriter and Omce Supply Com ComIpany Company
Ipany pan7 received by Monroe 0IU0e Luchs secre secretary seer secretary ¬
I tary of the association It is I as followsDear follows followsDear
Dear Sir We take pleasure in handing hand handIng aaDcII
Ing I yu u herewith our check for n 10 In Inpayment Inpayme inpayment
payment payme t for dues as a members of the theJobbers lbeJobben theJobbers
Jobbers and ad Shippers Shlppe Association for forthe torthe forthe
the current year yearWe yearWe yearWe
We know that we have Deceived IYfJd some somebenefit 80Ifteheneftt somebenefit
benefit from this association and sin sincerely sbtIJ sincerely ¬
cerely IJ believe bfol ve that when w eD the organisa organisation orsantaaUon org orglion ¬
lion becomes permanently established establishedan eatabll sst bIa bIaall bed bedan
an the members will receive more or orleas or1e811 orless
leas benefit from fro the same If we can canin eaJ eaJIn wrydo
in any way assist t you in your our work do donot donot i inot
not hesitate to call upon us Yours Toursvery Yoursvery Yoursvery
very truly trill
trulyE trill1I E H PITCH PITCHER KR TreasurerTypewriteriand Treasurer TreasurerTrpewritefand Treaaurerwriteaftd
Trpewritefand writeaftd Office Supply Company CompanyPttsaiBg CompanyPM1B CompanyPushing
Pushing PM1B Jamestown J aIB lltwa Prsject PrsjectThose PrjectTboee PrejectThose
Those m in charge of the affairs 1 of theassociattoe the theassociation thectation
association ctation are extremely anxious that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Business Bu Mens Xen Association A odatton and the theBoard thaBoard theBoard
Board of Trade appoint their represen representatives repreMI1taUY reprtsentatlres ¬
tatives taUY en the u joint commltt committee on the theJamestown theameatoW11 theJamestown
Jamestown Exhibit and the theClub theI 400f100 400f100Club
Club ClubThey ClubThey ClubThey
They realize that no time should be belest belest belest
I lest In mstltwtln lDs h tltvtinT wtin the moves which whichshall wblch3haU whichshalt
shall result in the accomplishment a < < of ofthe ofthf ofthe
the two plans Especially ial1y are they In Interested InI Interested ¬
terested In getting the Jamestown project proj project proJect ¬
I ect firmly on Its feet Hoping as they theydo theydo they
do to supplement the tt business buI business exhibit exhibitwith exhibitwith t twith
with a municipal exhibit they wish wishhave to tohave tf tfhaft
have the business part clearly outlined outlinedand CMltlinednd outlinedand
and nd assured unad by December so that Con Congress Con3181I ConEress ¬
gress when w1 asked ked for the appropriation appropriationnecessary approprlatlonneeery appropriationnecessary
necessary for the municipal l riich can canfee eanhe canbe
fee shown that there is I reason rll8lO for do donoting donatml donetting
noting the money moneyIt moneyI moneyIt
> It I t is hoped by the association latlOft that thn t the theBusiness theBwdneP e
Business Mens Men Association and thBoard tha thaBoard th thB
Board B ard of Trade will appoint their mem members memIII mainhers ¬
hers III on the Joint committee by the theof end endof endot
of this th week weekHe weekXo weekNs
He Delay Is Is Anticipated AnticipatedThe
The statement wu WIIA made today however how however hctwever ¬
ever that the Jobbers and ShippersAssociation Shippers ShippersAssociation ShippersAnoclatton
Association will not be held beck by byany byan byany
any an delay It will Ill after this weak e k rush rushthe rushth rushthe
the th matter natt r of the exhibit and the 400tec 400
090 Club ss a much as possible With the thehelp thebell thehelp
help of the other two organisations men mentioned monUoned mentioned ¬
tioned It does not expect to be con confronted confronted confronted ¬
fronted by any a y insurmountable delays delaysThe dela delaThe delayThe
The certainty that a manufacturing manufacturingexhibit manutacturtuirexhibit manu
exhibit from Washington will be a aality re reality reality ¬
ality Is established according to members mem members membera ¬
bers of the sssoclatton ocIaUon H C Craig Craiga
a manufacturer of special machinery machinerycalled maeblnerycalled machinery machinerycalled
I called at the secretary tary office today todayand todayand odayand
and said he h was u heartily In favor of ofsuch ofsucb ofsuch
such an exhibit He Hey Heyasked asked the privi privilege privilege privilege ¬
lege of being given uNo No 1 AS his h place placeIn placeIn placein
in In the exhibit exhibitHo exhl exhibitHo lt ltH
Ho H was preceded however howev r by two twoother twoother twoother
other applicants the Maurice aurl Joyce oYCfl En Envlng Engnn1ng Engraving
graving vlng Company and the District of ofpany orColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia Plirr Par r Manufacturln Manufacturing Com Compan Company
pany pan Both these firms have made reg regular reeI ¬
I ular applications to the association auoc1at assoctattors for forspare forI forspare
I spare spa in the exits exhiVt L Xo io decision hasas has hasas
I as yet been bt > en read react1 J as to whether the thecity theI thecity
city will put up a n building baildin of its own or ortake ortake
I take space in the big manufactures manufacturesbuilding mnuCacturebulldn manufacturesbuilding
building bulldn of the expositionThe exposition expositionThe expositionTh
The Th association has been offered space spacein spacein spacein
in this structure at 160 per foot which whichis wblchcons
is considered cons erd a reasonable proposition propositionThe propositionThe propositionThe
The committee ctmmltt on publicity will meet meetthis meetthis meetthis
this afternoon at 330 oclock In the of offices ofI off ¬
I f tics fi g of the American Security Security and andTrust andI andTrust
Trust Company to t discuss plans for forfurthering forfurthfrtng forfurthering
I furthering the move for the Greater GreaterWashington GreaterYashlngton GreaterWashington
Washington
GIRL ATTACKED ATTACKEDr TTACKEDBY
BY NtGRO NEG RO MAN MANPOSSt MANPOSSEPURSUES r
POSSt POSSEPURSUES POSSEPURSUESWith PURSUfS PURSUfSWith
With Strength Born of ofDesperation ofDesperation ofDesperation
Desperation Miss An Annie Annie Annie ¬
nie Weibinger Wei n er Frees FreesHerself FreesHerself FreesHerself
Herself HerselfLONELY HerselfLONELY HerselfLONELY
LONELY COUNTY ROAD ROADSCENE ROADSCENE ROADF
SCENE OF F STRUGGLE STRUGGLEAssailant STRUGGLEAssailant STRUGGLEAssailant
Assailant Pressed Pre Pistol to toYoung toYoung toYours
Young Yours Womans Head HeadCommanding HeadCommanding HeldCommanding
Commanding Her to toKeep toKeep toKeep
Keep Silent SilentAttacked SilentA SilentAttaeked
Attacked A l ed on tha county e IUI 7 road be between b btWeeft between ¬
tween Columbia Jjfark and Tuxedo TuxedoMd TuxedoMel TuxedoMd
Md near Kenilworth Ken worth D C Miss MiaaAnnie KiaAnnie MissAnnie
Annie Weibinger Wei r of the firstnamed firstnamedplace 4ratedplaee firstsashedplace
place bad a desperate dea rate encounter encounterwith eneounterwi encounterwith
wi with th a negro De o who sought to aaaault aaaaulther assaulther ult ulther
her yesterday eatenla morning montD and aa a re resoli reault resuit
suit she hi now at her home suffer suffering aujfer1Bc sufferlag ¬
lag from severe nervous shock shockCitisens ahoekCiUJIe shockCitizens
Citizens CiUJIe of Tuxedo formed a posse posselast pouelaat posselast
last night and scoured the contigu contiguous contigaons eoDtipOWl ¬
OWl woods and open country for the thewouldbe thewouJdbe thewouldbe
wouldbe assailant but were unable unableto unableto
to find any a trace of him They have havea
a good description of him and Del Con Constable Co CostabI Constable ¬
stable stabI Vincent la + n whose territory territorythe territorythe territorythe
the attack was made Is today todaysearching todayearehbal todaysearching
searching for the criminal The n dt dtisens dtizeD8 citineas
isens have offered a reward of so sofor 50 50for 0 0for
for the arrest arr ai and conviction of the theman theman theman
man who is s believed to have come cometoward comotoward coinstoward
toward Washington WashingtonBattles WuhinctonBatt1es WashingtonBattles
Battles With Wit Ai Assailant AssailantThe UaJtt UaJttThe Hi t tThe
The young woman is tall well built builtand builtI befitsaid
and lid plucky It is due to this thl that aba abasucceeded abe1D shesucceeded
I succeeded in thwarting the man who wbeI at attacked attacked ¬
I tacked her She says he took a revolver revolvertram NOlveri revolverfrom
i tram hi his pocket pock pointed it at her head headand beadaD4 headand
and commanded her to keep silent NotI Notwithstanding Not Notwithstanding ¬
I wttbatandt withstanding this tIIJ8 threat th the girl says saysshe saysshe y yIIIe
she screamed and fought t rt the man until untilshe untilme untilshe
she Anally got away and he became becamealarmed becamealarmed becamealarmed
alarmed at her outcries outcrtaaKiss OIItcrMLXl outcriesMiss
Kiss Xl Wetbtngcr WbI lives with her parents parentsat pIUeft pIUeftat parentsat
at Columbia Park and Is employed in inthe Inthe inthe
the home of W w Hahn at Tuxedo TuxedoYesterday TuxedoYHterday TuxedoYesterday
Yesterday morning m between 8 and 9 9oclock 9oclock 9oclock
oclock she was on the county road roadnear roadnear roadnear
near Magruders Station when the themuscular tbeJnWICUlar themuscular
muscular black b ck man Jumped out of ofdump a aclump aclump
clump of bushes and seised her by the thearm thearm thearm
arm Miss XI Weibtnger was carrying carr7ID111t a asuit asuit
suit > > 111t cave in her right hand and ad at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to strike the man on the head headwith hedwith headwith
with it but he warded off the blow blowgrasped blowKIU blowgrasped
KIU grasped her around the t e waist and at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to drag her into the bushes busheswhere baheswArre busheswhere
where he had been lying in wait Drop Dropping Dropping Dropplug
ping the suit case ClUJ Miss Weibinger Weibingermade Wetbingermade r rmade
made frantic efforts to free herself henelCfrom herselffrom herselffrom
from the clutches of the brute who whotightened whotlrbteDed whotightened
tightened his grip every Instant and andtold andtold andtold
told her it was useless u ele c for her to resist resistor re resistor lllt llltor
or make any outcry outcryMade outer outerXd outcryMade
Made Xd desperate tiespera by his taunts and grip gripon gripat
on 0 her arm rm and md waist Miss Ml Weibinger Weibingerbegan WeelblngecDregsn WelW WelWbe1an
began scratching crakh and kicking him at with withall v1thall withalt
all her strength strengthScreams strengthScreams h hScreams
Screams Far Help HelpShe HelpShe HeipShe
She screamed Help Help Help and andMurder andMurder andMurder
Murder at t the top of her voice but butno butno butno
no on one heard her cries Her assailant assailantcommanded assailantcommanded Int Intcommanded
commanded her to shut ut up but she shecontinued shecontinued shecontinued
continued calling for help He finAlly fiiutiiywhipped Jl finAllywhipped Uy Uyhtpped
whipped htpped out ut a revolver and pressing pre lDK it itclose ItIote itclose
close Iote to her head said now make an another another another ¬
other sound and Ill shoot The girl girlwag girlwas rl rlwu
wag thoroughly frightened and could not nothave nothave nothave
have obeyed him if she had wished but butcontinued butconUnued butcontinued
continued screaming screamingMiss screamlaMln screamingMiss
Miss Weibinger pretended leteaded as though thoughshe thoughshe thoughshe
she heard some one coming oomln along alon the thoroad theroad theroad
road and nd said there are some white whitemen whltttmen whitemen
men I guess 11 youll oull let ma m go now no or ortheyll orthe711 ortheyll
theyll lynch you This frightened tritrht fted the theman th thman thman
man but he made further efforts to drag dragher dragher dragt
her into the bushes before ore the t he arrival arrivalof arrivalof
of 0 the th supposed upplH < d rescuers As he reaehed reaeheda
a gully at the edge of the road Miss MissWeibinger MwVebtnpr MissWelbinger
Weibinger summoned all n her strength strengthand strengthand strengthand
and with one supreme effort succeeded succeededIn
In freeing freelit her arm With an oath the theman theman theman
man dived into the bushes bu bel and disap disappeared dlpueared disappeared ¬
peared She snatched her suit case ca carte e from fromth tromthe rod
th the road and ran to Umsteds a store e eTuxedo st stTuxedo atTuxedo
Tuxedo where she told her story tory and andsank andaaak andsank
sank from exhaustion exhau tlon Into a chair chairMan chairMan chairMan
Man Visits Tuxedo Store StoreA
A few Ce moments before the girl arrived arrivedat
at the store star the colored man visit vI visited Ited ad it itHe ItHe it itHe
He asked skeel for a match and after aft < < it was washanded wubanded washanded
handed him h he inquired as to the hour hourand hourand hourand
and was Informed that it was we twenty twentyminutes twnt7mlnUles twentyminutes
minutes after I Mr Urasted Um ted said the thecolored thecolored thecolored
colored man looked lo ked as though thou < < h he had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been in a tussle tu le He was a medium mediumBised mediumabed mediumshred
abed heavily hN ny built very black man and andwore andwore Jd Jdwore
wore dark clothes cloth a cap and a black blackshirt blackhlJt blackshirt
shirt hlJt Mr Unsted Um ted was unable ti say saypositively saypositively saypositively
positively what hat direction the man took tookafter tookiter tookafter
after iter leaving lea dog the store but was of the theImpression tbfttmore theimpression
tmore Impression alon that he started toward towardWashington towarclWuhmgton towarddaahington
Washington Mr Umsted says the tb e manhad man manhad manhad
had never been seen n in the vicinity be before beO before ¬
foretieWelbhtger fore O
foreMiss Miss tieWelbhtger ia Weibinger Wdbin < < < < remained at t the tb store storebut storebut storebut
but a few momenta and then tb n went t to tothe to1he tothe
the residence of Jacob Watts to whose whosedaughters
daughters sh aiM told the story of her herstruggle hertru herstruggle
I struggle tru Accompanied Ace mpanled by Miss > > Iu LauraGibbs Laura LauraGibbs LauraGlbba
Gibbs who was 8S also acquainted with thefacts the thefacts thefets
facts in the case the two daughters daughterswent dau daughterswent < < hten htenwent
went to the store to have the proprie proprietor proprietor proprietor ¬
tor telephone for the constable constablePosse constablePNH constablePosse
Posse Organised OrganisedThe OrpnhedThe OrganisedThe
The Storekeeper torekeeper telephoned telep nod to Consta Constable Coestable Constabie ¬
ble V Vacant cent and several Hvenllot jof of the residents residentsof
of Tuxedo and Columbia Colum Park telling tellingthem teUt teUtthem tellingthem
them of the attempted outrage and ask asking uklnx asking ¬
ing them to maintain a lookout for the thecolored Uecolored thecolored
colored man la the afternoon when whenth whenthe whenthe
th the residents re ldeDts retura ret retug e4 d home from theirwork their theirwork theirwork
work in Washington n they were told of ofMoses ofM6Ses ofMoms
Moses Sept Sales Offer Bask Values ValuesIn
In Furniture Carpets Rugs AI Draperies DraperiesAdv rnperSesAdv rraperiesAdv
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